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Edwardian era jewelry was all about femininity and elegance as in this very romantic Russian 2.81 Ct diamond and .51 Ct natural ruby brooch pendant.
Made in Moscow between 1908-1927 by the 10th Jewelers Artel (cooperative), understated grandeur is clearly apparent in its feminine and refined design.
A gentle open work rendering of flower motif allows for leaf shapes and diamonds to be displayed to their finest.
The design of the openwork pendant combines floral and geometric elements of Edwardian era and Art Nouveau movement. Showca
Five old cut diamonds total 2.12 carats of soft shimmer like snowflakes on spring blooms. Enhanced by twenty-six rose cut diamonds adding approx .69 Ct by spread.
Three parts constructed with dangling elements culmitaing into a vivid hot pink red, pear cut natural ruby of approx .51 Ct adds a splash of pulsating colour.
Artfully crafted in Moscow between 1908 and 1927 in silver over 14 Kt gold, marked on frame and pin with Russian Hallmarks.
very good overall condition commensurate to use and age.
A treasure to behold.
14 Kt gold and silver
56 zolotnik Imperial gold standard and maker’s mark ‘10AIO’
3 old European cut diamonds totalling approx .29 Ct(SI/SI1-D/E);1 pear cut natural ruby of approx .51 Ct; 26 rose cut diamonds totalling approx .69 Ct by spread, 3 old mine cut diamonds totalling approx .94 Ct (VS/I-D/E);2 antique cushion cut diamonds totalling approx .89 Ct (VVS/VS-D/E);
brooch is 67 mm x 33.4 mm (hxw);pendant is 76.3 mm long including bale
very good overall condition